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Re: [Electronics_101] Question about Phone cords?

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  • Roy J. Tellason
    ... Ok, I d never heard 86V before in that context... I don t recall what I thought it was at the moment, possibly 90V or some round number like that (and
    Message 1 of 20 , Jun 28 11:46 PM
      On Wednesday 28 June 2006 08:26 pm, Mike Noltkamper wrote:
      > I get that number from bell. I work for bell in
      > Installation and repair. In addition to the voltages
      > for phone lines T1's use rj45 connectors and have
      > 150vdc on them, and yes they bite.
      > Michael

      Ok, I'd never heard "86V" before in that context...

      I don't recall what I thought it was at the moment, possibly 90V or some
      round number like that (and it's late and I'm getting very tired in here :-).

      > --- "Roy J. Tellason" <rtellason@...> wrote:
      > > On Tuesday 27 June 2006 09:28 pm, Mike Noltkamper
      > >
      > > wrote:
      > > > FYI, The ringer voltage on the phoneline is 86vac
      > >
      > > peek
      > >
      > > > to peek.
      > >
      > > Where do you get that number from?
      > >
      > > --
      > > Member of the toughest, meanest, deadliest, most
      > > unrelenting -- and
      > > ablest -- form of life in this section of space, a
      > > critter that can
      > > be killed but can't be tamed. --Robert A. Heinlein,
      > > "The Puppet Masters"
      > > -
      > > Information is more dangerous than cannon to a
      > > society ruled by lies. --James
      > > M Dakin

      --
      Member of the toughest, meanest, deadliest, most unrelenting -- and
      ablest -- form of life in this section of space, a critter that can
      be killed but can't be tamed. --Robert A. Heinlein, "The Puppet Masters"
      -
      Information is more dangerous than cannon to a society ruled by lies. --James
      M Dakin
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